Can a Canada permanent resident travel to the US without a visa?
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A Permanent Resident of the United States can travel freelyoutside of the US. A passport from the country of citizenship isnormally all that is needed. NOT TRUE (S)HE MAY NEE…D A VISA. To reenter the US a Permanent Resident normally needs to presentthe green card (Permanent Resident Card, Form I-551) forreadmission. This is how it is stated on the website of US Citizens andimmigration services. According to Wikipedia, the homepage of many embassies (which Irecommend you check before traveling to any country, includingthose with no visa requirements) and my own travel experience,there are quite a few countries that either require a visa uponentry or require a visa be obtained before embarking on the flightdestined for that country. The former Russian Republic, China,India, many other Asian countries, most of central Africa, withexceptions, and in South America, Brazil, are countries thatrequire visas. Happy travelling! en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_requirements_for_United_States_citizens Answer3 Your US residence makes no difference once you are outside he USA.Whether you need a visa to travel to Venezuela, or anywhere else,depends on your citizenship, that is it depends on which countryissued your passport. (MORE)
yes , you need US visa to travel US if you are a permanent resident of Canada .
With a permanent US resident visa you are allowed to entry and travel around the United States. However, a permanent residency does not equate to a passport and you will still… require your passport to travel outside the US. And, when travelling into the United States from another country you would also need your passport. Visa requirements for other countries would depend on the passport you hold. (MORE)
US residence status only removes the need for a visa for the USA. Outside the USA it has no validity, it is your Turkish citizenship which determines whether you need a visa o…r not. See the link below for a full list of visa-free countries for Turkish citizens. (MORE)